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Shrines reopen in Iran after two-month virus closure
Major Shia shrines reopened across Iran on Monday, more than two months after they were closed because of the deadliest novel coronavirus outbreak in West Asia.
US high ranking for obesity, diabetes, heart disease not a good mix with coronavirus
The United States may lead the world in known coronavirus-related deaths not only because it is one of the largest countries, but also because it is among the least healthy among comparable nations when it comes to things like obesity, diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, reported.
China decides not to set GDP target for 2020 as coronavirus batters economy
China made a rare decision not to set a target for its economic growth for 2020 due to uncertainties about the impact of the coronavirus.
Iran’s chemical weapons survivors struggle with coronavirus, US sanctions
By Katayoun Arsanjani, Nicole Bozorgmir, and Gelareh Kiazand
Brazil virus deaths surge as pandemic bites in Latin America
Brazil recorded its highest number of coronavirus deaths in a day as Latin America began to feel the full force of the pandemic, while the World Health Organization agreed to investigate its response to the crisis.
France should sell Mona Lisa ‘for €50bn’ to cover coronavirus losses, tech CEO suggests
France could make up for its financial losses amid the coronavirus pandemic by selling the Mona Lisa, a tech CEO suggested.
Type 1 diabetics more likely than type 2 to die of coronavirus
Type 1 diabetics are more likely to die of COVID-19 than those with type 2, according to National Health Service (NHS) research confirming that diabetes significantly increases coronavirus sufferers’ risk of dying.
Wash hands at least six times a day
Washing your hands at least six times a day makes catching infections such as coronavirus much less likely, a study by UK researchers suggested.
Virus stigma weighs heavily in sub-Saharan Africa
Landlords evict people from their homes, nurses are abandoned by their husbands and people are spurned just on suspicion of coming into contact with a COVID-19 patient.
Cash, long a refuge in uncertain times, now under suspicion
In troubled times, people have been known to hoard currency at home — a financial security blanket against deep uncertainty. But in this crisis, things are different. This time cash itself, passed from hand to hand across neighborhoods, cities and societies just like the coronavirus, is a source of suspicion rather than reassurance.
Coronavirus: World Bank warns 60m at risk of 'extreme poverty'
Up to 60 million people will be pushed into "extreme poverty" by the coronavirus, warned the president of the World Bank.
VP: Iran no longer imports anti-coronavirus equipment
Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari announced his country’s self-sufficiency in production of equipment to fight against coronavirus.
Ministry: No new coronavirus deaths in nearly a third of provinces
Iran on Tuesday reported no new coronavirus deaths in nearly a third of its provinces for 24 hours but said there were more than another 2,100 cases of infection nationwide, according to Heath Ministry.
Australia faces 'unprecedented' economic hit from coronavirus
Australia is facing an "unprecedented" economic contraction due to the coronavirus pandemic, though massive fiscal and monetary stimulus would help cushion the blow, minutes from the country's central bank's last meeting showed on Tuesday.

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